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Dan goes to London and talks a little history with Janet Duncan, the first translator into English of The Gospel According to Spiritism, at the Spiritist Society of London.
What if challenges are true spiritual compliments? Dan Assisi reads us his essay "Challenges as True Compliments".
Flavio and Dan go to 14th Spiritist Family Retreat in Connecticut and talk to grown-ups and kids about this day-long event full of learning and fellowship that brings 7 different Spiritist groups together every year. Why are you not here? 🙂
Join Charles Kempf, Helga Schmiedt, and Dan Assisi as they drive from Brisbane to Gold Coast in Australia while talking about the early Spiritist history in France!
Are analytical thinking and religion mutually opposed? Heather Bollech-Fonseca reads to us her essay "Does Analytical Thinking Decrease Religious Belief?".
Flavio, Mackenzie, Nahur, and Dan meet in Boston to talk about how Spiritism has transformed them, how it is more important to be a good person than to practice a specific religion, and much more.
Revisiting Thanksgiving from a more spiritual perspective: the essay "Spiritually Thanksgiving" read by the author, Dan Assisi.
Hurricanes in Florida, earthquakes in Mexico, devastation in Puerto Rico, and a mass shooting in Las Vegas. Plus a charged political climate. Is the world getting worse? Join Dan, Flavio, Suzana, and Marcelo as they tackle the question of the hour.
We visit our friends at the Spiritist Society of Chicago as they get ready to celebrate their 10th anniversary and chat with Daniela, George, Fernanda, Guilherme, and Monica about the history of the group and their suicide prevention efforts.
Julio Carvalho, Cristiane Soares, and Marcelo Netto join Flavio and Dan in Boston to talk about Divaldo Franco, one of the greatest mediums in the world today. Who is this incredible humanitarian who has published more than 200 books and whose non-profit institution helps more than 6,000 people every day?